Benghazi: Four State Department officials were removed from their post Thursday after a 39-page report was released on the "grossly inadequate" security at the Benghazi compound. The New York Times reports that one person resigned and three were relieved of duties. Two senior agency officials will testify before Congress today.
Guns: Even prior to the Newton tragedy last week, the NRA's support among Democrats was waning. The Washington Post reports the schism could alter the outcome of the upcoming gun rights showdown.
Let Bork Be Bork: NLJ Supreme Court correspondent Tony Mauro recalls a 1987 interview with a nervous Robert Bork, antitrust attorney and SCOTUS nominee who died this week. The New Yorker's Jeffrey Toobin takes a harsh look at Bork's legacy.
The End of the World: Guys, the world is not going to end on Friday. NPR debunks the Mayan calendar predictions.